Neuro Part 1 – GABA-daba-doo! (plus a Kaplan Test Prep Minute: Should I Push Back My Exam Date?) | 2018 Study Smarter Series Episode 9

InsideTheBoards Study Smarter Series for the USMLE Step 1 and COMLEX Level 1

Elizabeth and Stewart discuss some high yield neurology questions for the USMLE Step 1.

Kaplan Test Prep Minute

In today’s Kaplan Test Prep minute with Dr. Chris Cimino, Vice President and Chief Medical Officer for Kaplan Medical, we discuss the eternal question: how do I know I’m ready to take the exam? Learn about the law of diminishing returns and get up to 40% off (when combined with an American Medical Association membership discount) any Kaplan Medical product by going to kaptest.com and using the offer code “ITB15” to take advantage of this offer. 

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ITB Audio Qbank and Premium Subscription

Before August 15, 2018 purchase a 6-month or 12-month subscription to ITB’s All-Audio Qbank using this link (or going to http://www.insidetheboards.podbean.com and clicking the “Premium Plans” tab) and we’ll double the length of your subscription for free. The preclinical version of our All-Audio Qbank is powered by content from Lecturio and Osmosis. The clinical version is powered by OnlineMedEd. It’s the perfect supplement to UWorld, Pathoma, First Aid, and Sketchy. 

Fake USMLE Question Contest

Check out Patrick’s Twitter (@boardsinsider) for an example of a “fake USMLE question.” Make a Twitter poll or post a fake question on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram or Reddit (or just send your question to info@insidetheboards.com). Tag InsideTheBoards in your post and use the hashtag #fakeUSMLE. The most creative Fake USMLE Question submitted by July 15th will win a 1-year subscription to our All-Audio Qbank for free.

 

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